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There's a chill in the air. That means November is coming and so is the ski season.

When we last saw the Bush-Romney Plan in action, our economy was on an out of control dive down a double black diamond slope. The ski patrol arrived in the form of the Obama administration and got us off that steep decline. We steadily made our way over to the gentler slopes.

Now, we've made it to the bottom and have just hopped on the chairlift back up to the top of the mountain.

You like the view on the way up the hill? Vote Obama.

Ready for more of those double black diamond hills? Bring back the Bush-Romney Ski Guiding Service.

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  •  I love skiing (0+ / 0-)

    I love skiing, am a left-of-the-democrats liberal, and am a double-black diamond skier.

    So I find your analogy a little ... forced.

    May I offer instead: when we last saw the Bush-Romney ski area management team, the lifts were shutting down.  Skiers were abandoning the hill.  Then along came team Obama who have kept the lifts running.  Skiers no longer are faced with the prospect of a tough climb, and are returning to the slopes.

    Now the Romney management team tells us they know how to run a ski operation better.

    "The fool doth think he is wise: the wise man knows himself to be a fool" - W. Shakespeare

    by Hugh Jim Bissell on Fri Oct 12, 2012 at 06:45:15 AM PDT

  •  LOL (0+ / 0-)

    one time when we were skiiing, i got separated from my group and ended up in a bowl area where the only way out was black diamonds.  mmmm...moguls.

    Die with your boots on. If you're gonna try, well stick around. Gonna cry? Just move along. The truth of all predictions is always in your hands. - Iron Maiden

    by Cedwyn on Fri Oct 12, 2012 at 07:25:57 AM PDT

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